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  • all hearts
  • between rock and a hard place
  • bombardings
  • bought for song
  • lovers lanes
  • lovers' knots
  • Rallied Marion had rallied a troop there, and checked the pursuit.
  • Rallies She sees this, grieves over it, and leaves no means of rousing him to fresh energy untried; yet how rarely he rallies his powers to earnest labour!
  • rally General Taylor and several of the officers attempted to rally the men, but this was impossible.
  • real We get along real well together, don't we?
  • realer He felt, in an odd sort of way, that there had sprung a kind of bond between this girl and him, all the realer in that she, of course, was so unconscious of it.
  • reality "Oh, let's not start the reality game.
  • realize Some things are hard to realize.
  • really If you are really my friend, then you can help me.
  • realm So that as we are from stage to stage throughout this realm, to all the realm is pleasing, as to the King who inwills us with His will.
  • realty She was quite alone in her little castle, or rather the Liberty Realty Company's little castle.
  • Reilly Reilly gazed with keen, twinkling eyes at Neale.
  • relate The characteristics of the theater, as they relate to this feature, are considered here.
  • relay After this last relay of callers had departed, it began to pour so nobly that Peter became hopeful once more.
  • relayed Long ago Gratton had had from her lips what rumours had been repeated by her father to her mother and then relayed on to her own ears.
  • relays The ball lasted all night without ceasing, as the company ate by relays, and at all times and hours; the waste and prodigality were worthy of a prince's palace.
  • rely You may rely upon me, old fellow."
  • royally He imagined the First and the Third Persons of the Trinity seated royally but vaguely amid the clouds, all about them a splendor of light like that of sunset or dawn, melodious music faintly perceptible, exquisitely beautiful forms of angels rising on white wings, hovering obediently, fading obediently-but they themselves, the Lords of Life and of Death, the Masters of Time and Space, were two tangible concrete old men-two venerable wise old men-the ultimate strained extended conception of two powerful, honored, high-placed old men.
  • sucking face
  • unsacrificing
  • walleye
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